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Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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THE ALBANT ALBANY, OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1936 HAGS $ mil mmimmm DtMOCRAT-Hb'KALD, WaBBBBBBMBf fc of four. Bv WILLIAM' hm iJVi4l two nut Sccr: o H K. 7 3 3 Wells; lies, 10 to 9. when the Phil pitcher 1 standing today as a result of their Bill Walter forced in the winning 3 to 7 victory over the Chicago run by hitting a batter with thn ' White Sox and the New York bases full in the 11th. 1 Yankees' 6 to 1 win over the Boston at Cincinnati was post- Cleveland Indians, former leaders, poned because of rain-. - -- ) Pete Appleton pitched the The Boston Red Sox were in 1 Washington Senators to a 7 to 3 first place in American league : victory over the Detroit Tifrprs. 3 and Swt ft Mom HarrisburK Thompson, Vaughn Hiirdisty and Fry. HU6BELL LOSES TO PARM ALEE IN 17 INNINGS HOLDS TOP IN "B" STANDINGS r(VO WE ALL yti -YCi - IT'LL- YOU 5MOULDMT GET , j I l ji (M4VE TO OO I TAKE TEW COWBOYS SO SARCASTIC YOU'RE V'' 'III IP. -j TO.. HELP . . TO CATCH HIM, INj THE OUE.WMO WAS . U Wil'Mli KETCH MM, I THE VACANT LOT . ALWAYS KICKIN' ABOUT Hj V PA? y YOUR FATHER , TW WAV BILLS - ITS THE r',''; - ,r- . RENTED - rr'S AS .::'-' CLOSEST PASTURE 1 7: BIG ASA CATTLE . COULD GET-THERE'S - ) ifV RAMCW MO CiPA55 IMA TWO- - ihiwdiimmmim f I ,:1 "I lBV-s'X lot s OAKLAND DROPPED AGAIN BY LOWLY ANGEL GANG 4-3 B Ltafue Standings Pet. W. .800 i .7501 III)- l iiilfil lriptx) The leaRUe-leadinu Oakland FREEH; ONLY 2 Pairs $1.00 First-Quality Hose Manufacturers' Advertising Sale Perfect. Quality French Heals Genuine Rock Crystal Necklace on Non-Tarnishable Chain 887 ! Oaks were hauled down another 4 3 4 2 1 1 Sweet Home Brownsville.. Harrisburg . . Hnlsey Shedd Seio .500' notch in the standings by the .200 basemenl-occupyinfj Los Angeles .107 i Angels as the southerners took Sweet' their second straight victory by a Palmer's Coach Harry Homo lads ruled the roost in the , 4-J score Wednesday. Linn B league today as they pre- At the same time, the lowly pared to entertain Brownsville, j Sacramento Senators, long lahel-who rests a half-game back of led bush leaguers, continued to them, on their home grounds Fri-! plaster the higher-ups by upset-day. The league has just passed ting the San Francisco Seals 5 to the half-way mark of its sched- l at San Francisco, ule and a full-month of play re-j At PoI.tand, the San Diego mams. ! Padres evened the series by The contest for the top spot is clouting out 10 hits and rolling still open to any of four squads, !Up to 10 to 3 margin over the Sweet Home, Brownsville, Harris-; Beavers. The contest furnished burg, and Halsey. Harrisburg rests ! Moose Clabaugh the vehicle for INTRODUCING "COQUET" Present this coupon and 99c and receive one $1.00 box of Face Powder, one $1.00 Exquisite Perfume,, a Genuine Rock Crystal Necklace and Two Pairs of Ladies' First Quality $1.00 Hose. If you cannct come at this hour, send some one to our store before the sale,, leave 99c and your sef will be laid aside for you. but a nan-game nacK or maimers, his fifth home run in five games New York, April 30. Leroy Parmalee bested Carl Hubbell in a 17-inninR pitchers' duel, in which the St. Loiris Cards defeat-; ed the New York Giants, 2 to 1. Both teams played nearly perfect ball for more than three hours and a half before the Giants cracked up in the 17th, committed two errors, and tossed away the ball game. Beside playing flawless ball throughout. St. Louis nicked Hub-bell foi; 11 hits, five more than were given up by ex-Giant Parmalee. who struck out nine. Hub-bell fanned six. After 1 1 innings of scoreless ball New York broke throuRh with a . run on a walk to Whitehead, Ott's sacrifice and Lieber's single. Right in their clem.ent when the going ' gets tough. The Cards crashed through with two singles and a I double in their half, usually 1 enough for two runs, but a beautiful peg from Mel Ott to Gus i Mancuso blotted out the second ; run at the plate. Medwick singled; and Mize doubled. Davis was ! walked purposely, filling the bases. Charley Geibert singled, scoring Medwick with the tying run. but Stuart Martin, running for Mize, was out sliding into home. j Virgil Davis opened the Card ! half of the 17lh with a double. King, who ran for Davis, reached third when Bartell fumbled Par-malce's grounder, and scored the winning run when Jackson fielded Terry Moore's grounder then threw wild to the plate. The Chicago Cubs bested the Brooklyn Dodgers 1 to 0. Bill Lee was : the winning pitcher, Van Munao the loser. Each gave up foul- hits. Pittsburgh won an extra-inning battle from t he Phildclphin Phi 1 - You Pay Only V; He lifted the four-bagger over the right field wall to score Holt ahead of him. While Portland was held scoreless for seven innings, the Beavers' junior, Steve Larkin, kept the San Diegans off the scoreboard for four. He let in one tally in the fifth and three more in the sixth. The Padres continued to rally after Bill Hadonits relieved him, countig four in tile seventh, the latter two off Dutch Ulrich. The Missions drubbed Seattle 5 to 2 in a night game in the north. Two Seattle players were believed lost for two weeks as a result of injuries. Herb Michael, first sucker, suffered a dislocated bone In his foot, and Choi Smith, shortstop, sustained deep spike wounds. team and will nave a chance to better themselves tomorrow when they play at Seio. Halsey, the fourth contender, will play at Shedd. Sweet Home welcomed the opening of the second half of the league Tuesday by sneaking into a 5-4 victory over Harrisburg in nine innings. The tilt was a postponed game from last Friday. Great relief hurling by Vaughn of Sweet Home saved the fray for his mates. He relieved Thompson early in the game and held Harrisburg scoreless through the last seven innings. Thompson had an attack of wilditis, forcing three Harrisburg walks across the platter in the opening stages. Horner led the Sweet Home batting attack with three out of four. He was followed by Blankcnship BORN THIETV YEARS TOO SOOM , 1936 HV ttCA StNVtcr. INC. V V-Jo , For All Five Articles!!" LIMIT 2 SETS ' TO A CUSTOMER 3 HOURS ONLY NEW SPRING SHADES Oaks' New Manager Rushes Season Plans; Practice Set Carleton E. Lane et ux, land tp 10 S, R 1 west. C. I. Leaveniioocl et ux to Guy and Arizona Smith, part blk 5, Ralston's Add Lebanon. Clara E. Swales to Vern H. Clark et ux, land tp 9 S, R 2 east. G ROC E R VET E Rl A By Matt Kramer Hie. played with the Kansas CitvU"- 1 . al 10 . f.?0" ALBANY DRUG DEPARTMENT A red-blooded, fire-eulinK man- Blues of the American Association. I h i V o n"!,,.u.'"; Pnrl zu' at;cr that's Carl Shoots the new I Hut nhen he's played in every j 7, "dd, Lebanon head man of the Albany Oaks. He i position at one time or another in L. V U' i,:"'l"!c'" ";l "x Charley has been in baseball for over Hi ; his career. j Nelson, part blk 1, North Browns- viini-u til;ivini Hiirinf; Iho )inv.r:iv I W)im vniihnvh,,- ..l.,t-t,,.l .... IVlllC. , of such men as John MeCraw and i a catcher, but soon switched to I'y Cobb, and the spirit, they in- ; first-busing and patrolling the out J. H. Wilcox et ux to John Tiede el ux, land tp 12 S, R 2 west. Borden Western Co., to Borden's Food Prod. Co.. Inc., blk 115, stalled in baseball is carried by field. His introduction into faster him. 1 I ball came in 1918 in the old Pa- Mothers Day Is Sunday, May 10th oi fie International league. The war Shoots returned to Albany one week ago, was named manaKer at broke up the loop but in 1920 when I Haekleman's add, Albany a meeting Tuesday ninht, and nil- it was re-organized he played with DIM UL'II A r UUU I 1 Ull. 1111-., to Borden Co., blk 115, Hackle- mediately thiiiKS started to happen Spokane. He stayed in the loop un man s add, Albany. ulonK the baseball front. A work til IH23, spending 1921 with Vic Herbert Shelton, sheriff to Fed PHONE 73 Second and Main Streets Free Delivery Features for Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 1,' 2 3, 4- eral Land bank, 77.15 A, tps 9 And 10 S, R 1 cast. Herbert Shelton. sheriff to Federal Land bank, 380 A, tp 13 S, R 2 west. toria, and 1922 witli Vancouver. The Western Association claimed him in 1923-4, where he played with Hutchinson, Kansas. He jumped up from, there to the Kansas City Blues in 1924-5. but again returned to the Western As-i sociation for two years with Springfield. Mo., in 1920-7. Then in 1927 he went to Wichita in the Western league. During all this while, he was engaged mainly Lv. Peter Paulus to Hulda C. Paul- out has been slated for Sunday, plans for construction of Bryant's field have been made, and the personnel of Hie team has been lined up. Little time was wasted by Shoots in whipijiim into shape the difficult situation facinu the Oaks. He's a fie.htiiif' ball-player on the field with his "will or die" spirit. Away from the subject of baseball, Carl's as mild-mannered as any Park Avenue inhabitant. Last season he was the Oaks' .us, undiv. i int. in part blk 5, WE ARE OPEN AND AT YOUR SERVICE EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK . . -- - FROM 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. ' ' - Krispie Crackers, 2Sb box 26c Albany. Newcomer Is Billed Against Abdul Kahn All the World Loves MOTHER ..Make this Mother's Day a truly happy one for your Mother. She will enjoy nothing more than a beautiful Mother's Day Card from you for, after all, it is your love and thoughtfulness that made her happiest. 'Select your qards for Mother's Day here we have a beautiful showing from which to choose. In addition to cards for one's own Mother, there arc also many for those other .mothers you will wish to remember, as well as Grandmother, Aunt, Sister, Daughter and Dad on Mother's Day. BOONE'S BOOKSTORE 208 West First Street as an outfielder, but on occasion did fill in other spots. Springfield horlMop, and fans will remember SMACKS his wild charges across the field in the Three-1 league claimed him 14-Q. package ifter umpires, his raucnis protests. in 192H. and in 1929 he showed his versatility again in the Western CHEEZ ITCrack7 o,pkg. .. 13 Albers:. Special A rsgular 65c Value and liis evident feeling that all opposing players were villians and blood enemies. He played as a kid back in. the pre-war days, bijl, it's hard to guess it when lie's in action on the field. Agile as a youngster and with as much love for baseball, he Association will) Independence. Kansas. He performed in many positions that year, even pitching the last game of the season. That was his last year in organized ball. After leaving Inde- One new face is due to be presented Albany mat fans Friday night on firemen's weekly wrestling cord. 'The face is to be that of one Buck Lawson, one of the more ' recent additions to Herb Owens' mangling menage. ' Lawson will demonstrate his wares against Abdul Kahn, who made a favorable impression here last fall. This pair will present the main bout of the evening. The semi-final will see Bill Kenna matched with Dutch Bauer who appeared here several weeks ago. NU-BORA Soap Powder Premium in every pkge. :ilieal j pendence he spent two years EE t 27c 53c COFF s. & w. Lb. can . . 2 lb. can, has years of playing still of him. among smaller leagues in the mid- 1 pkg. Carnation Oats 1 Pkg. Flapjack Flour 1 Pkg. Pearls of Wheat AlthotiRh lie held down the die west, before coming west to shortstop post last year for the 'play three seasons for Longview. Oaks, Carl's really an outfielder, j Wash. This will be his second year It was in the outer patches that I with Albany. ALL FOR !3C 33' 23 Large Package Medium Package Real Estate Transfers SOFTBALL BOSSES AND SPONSORS TO PARLEY WEDNESDAY Jim Dandy Exceptionally good coffee at this price IE. Pound.....;.. c lll'SKIKS WIN 3-2 Seattle, April 30. Willie Hew-son cracked a sharp single to left field to give Washington a neat 3 to 2 victory over the Idaho baseball team in the opening conference game here yesterday. U TUNA FLAKES l's, each. 10c rs - Creamers Suga RAIN HALTS GAME Eugene. Ore.. April 30. Rain stopped the Oregon-Washington State baseball game in the sixth inning yesterday, with the score 1 to 1. CORN Harvest, 303 can 9c THIS WEEK We assembled a wonderful assortment of Glass Sugar and Creamers for a quick disposal sale regardless of cost and former prices Limited to two pairs to a customer All new and attractive at the Low Price Of Meeting or all Softball managers and sponsors was called for next Wednesday, May (i. by the executive committee of the Albany Softball league last night. The committee conferred to discuss problcms facing the league. They will bring up the problems at the Wednesday confab for discussion and ratification by the managers and sponsors. Among the problems are: entrance lees; schedule dales; umpire; and minor league arrangements. As the league is planned at present, it will consist of eight members including entries from Brownsville and Seio, leaving six teams from Albanv. Herbert Shelton, sheriff to Frank and Marv Honor. 1(H) A, tp 10 S, R 1 west. Thus. E. Swan et al to First National bank. Harrisburg, Harrisburg property. School Dist. No. 42 to Union High School Dist. No. 5, 'i: of land tp S U W in Harrisburg. Arnold Davis et ux to John Turnidge et ux, lot 9, blk 4, Mt. View add, Lebanon. Goo. K. Miller et ux to John Turnidge et ux, 1 A, sec 19, tp 11 S, It 1 east. August Mayer to Rosa Mayer, undiv. ".. int. in 80 A. tp 12 S. R 2 east. James C. Trafzer to Wellha Trafzer, 110 A. tp 14 S. R 4 west. Ina C. Stoddart to L. E. Slater et ux, land tp 1 1 S. I! 1 west. Herbert Shelton. Sherrif to Pacific Coast Joint Stock Ld. Bank, land tp 10 S. It 1 west. Pae. Coast Joint Ld. Bank to 303 PEAS, No. Can 9c per CATSUP, Bottle . . 9C Choice of Get Rid of Ants and Roaches-Quick Tn tmnish llit'se iust in n liurry, jus I Frinklf lllll U II across th-ir tralls t fnllnwiiiK tht-m to tln-ir burrows if posMhle), it ml hi rrack and t i i' i--s. Ill II ril inaki's short work of in-st-.'t ptn tliounh It, it ftuaranteed salt' for human ln-hms ami animals, oT nil It'H otlorlfss. In IIiimiIj Mftrr CttitK "1r up nt nil DniK. lim-rcrt. 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